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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1915)
IWTERESTIXG BITS OF CONDENSED NEWS GATHERED FROM
VARIOU8 SOURCES IN OREGON
Cl overd ale Lodges.
Pupils nuiv take semi
monthly or monthly as
suits their convenience.
h E L A N D B . CRW IIN
(Diploma from Chicago Musical College)
i. o . o . r.
No. 114 meets each
S a t u r d a y a t 7 p. in.
J n o Lowranee. N.
Bay City is to have a new saw Articles of incorporation have
mill. It will be equipped with I been filed with Corporation Com
machinery shipped from Portland missioner Schulderman by the
and will be operated as an aux Roseburg & Eastern Railroad Co.
iliary of the Oregon box factory at j The capital stock is $1,000,000,
and the incorporators are Joseph
George Charles, student at the Miceli, J. F. Barker, A. T. Mar
Chemawa Indian school, was shall. B. W. Strong, O. P. Coshow
drowned Saturday afternoon while and John W. Oliver. The com
swimming in the gravel pit north pany intends to build a railroad
of the Deaf Mute school. He was from Roseburg to the western
seized with cramps, and though his boundary of the Umpqua national
companions exerted every effort to forest.
That Malheur County is rapidly
save him they proved futile. He
coming to the front as a dairy sec
was 17 years old.
The Italian reservists in Port tion is indicated by the report from
land and Oregon have been called the cheese factory at Nyssa. This
upon to return to Itally. Dr. is a co-operative institution und at
Carlo Visetti, local Italian consul, the present rate of operation, the
received instructions to this effect disbursements for this year for
and hss suggested that all persons milk and wages will amount to at
directly interested, call at his of least $35,000. The factory is now-
fice. There are shout 10.000 Ital paying 30 cents per pound for
ians in the Portland district of butter fat. Several of the heavy
whom a good many are reservists. milk producers in the county are
arranging to materially increase
Judge William Galloway in the their herds.
circuit court at Albany handed
down his decision for the plaintiff DR. L. E. HEWITT,
in the case of the Russian Douk-
hobar colony against B. J. Hecker,
to rescind the contract for the pur
chase of 1000 acres of land at OBSTETRICAL^8 P E C I A L I S T
Peoria for $60,000. The defendant
will carry the case to the supreme
Ollice 214, 215 and 210 Tillamook Com
mercial Club Building.
State-wide prohibition is not jffliimimnwmmimnmniiniiiiHmiitn
going to make all brewery equip -
ment in Oregon e n tir e ly useless.
The Northwest Fruit Produce Co.
has been incorporated at Salem
and will take over the buildings of
the present Salem Brewery Asso
ciation for the manufacture of lo
ganberry juice and for the canning
and preserving of fruits of all
.W O M E N .
kinds. The new company is capi
j L ove This M agazine j
talized at $75,000
M c C A L L 'S 1« the Fashion G uide and House- •!
Helper of more women than any other 1
Losing his sense of direction keeping
magazine in the world.
All the leteat style»
■ every month: also delightful stories that enter-
while seeking -the home of his := tain, and special departments in cookinc. home 1
§ dressmaking, fancy work, etc., that li(hten ]
end save money. Price, only 50c j§
brother, of Portland, whom he had = a housework
year, with one celebreted M cCall Dress Pat-
come from Cartland, Neb , to visit, 1
SEND A POSTAL CARD NOW FOR
A. E. Day, aged 81, plunged over I . A TREE Sam p la C ap r of M cC A L L 'S M AC AZ IK F; a r
= t . A FREE C o rr o r M cC A L L 'S S
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the embankment near the North g S. M cC CA A TA
L L 'S IIU0.00 PHaa O
ffar to E ro rr CHURCH.
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ern Pacific railroad bridge at St.
THE BcCAU CO.. ZM1. 24« W. 37* St. Haw T«k. It. ». H
Johns, and just as he regained his
footing on the railroad tracks he
was struck by a train and instantly
killed. Day arrived at Portland
Saturday and set out to find his
brother’» home according to direc
tions written on the back of a
card, and for two hours Day
wandered until he was within
almost a stone’s throw of the house.
G , F. Worthington, See. Y'>iting
brothers are cordially invited to meet
with us when vou are in Clovordule.
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OOMPLMTK » S T O P A B i n i C T
The Ocean Spray lit becea Lodge
No. 148 meet» everv other Wednes
day in each month at 8:iX) P. M.
Mrs. M illie Sappingtnn, N. G .; Mrs.
Theresa A rat ill. Sectv.
TILLAMOOK COl’ NTT. OB lit ION.
T. H. G0YNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Opp. Court House,
No. 12(i meets on
Thursday, on or
before full moon of
each month. E. K.
G ilbert. W. M .;
\\ r y
GEORGE W IL LE T T
A tto rn e y a t L aw
G R A N G E
Office Over Tillam ook County B ank
Tillamook U ndertaking Co.
It. N. HENKEL, Proprietor.
Night and Day calls
Next Door to Jones-Kmtdson Furniture
J.E . SHEARER, M. D.
Ofiica M ain S t.
Phone 13 8-7.
HEAD O F THE 1
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D r. A. W . L iste r,
Office with Dr. Shearer,
meets on the First
and Third Saturday
in each month ut 1U / fg ,
Mrs. E. Lundquist,
ifit u u o u i i u a i D o s
Accuracy m compounding pro- a
scriptions and pure drugs i* j
what gets us the business.
L. L. HOY, M. D.
Wants to see vou, at his store
you will not be urged to buy,
and you sire sure to 1« interested
even if you do not see anything
Physician and Surgeon
Commercial Club Bldg. Tillamook, Ore.,
E. J . CLAUSSEN,
A tto rn e y at Law
F. R. BEALS
—2J3 TILLAMOOK BLOCK—
Office Ground Floor
R E A L E ST A T E
Write for Literature.
Bell Phone 5J-J TILLAMOOK.
P. O. Box 147
With Rollie Watson
L. V. EBKRHAKD, Manager.
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